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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma dfltie gfoa Cbcning VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 4. ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY. MARCH 18. 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Wash Fabrics lf \ou do any sewing at home for yourself or children, you'll be interested in our line of La Porte Wash Fabrics. it would be hard to imagine more beautiful fabrics than the wash goods we are showing tor your Spring sewing. —Kiltie Gingham —Liberty Voile —Sheer Organdie —Tissues —Voile Fantasie —Zephyrs —Knockabout Suiting —White Goods Prices: 25c to 65c The Yard STEVENS-WILSON CO. RENEWED FIGHTING Ii « TRIM AGAINST BOLSHEVIK' un By the .idnl Press STOCKHOLM. March I' Fighting has been resumed against the bolsehviki along the entire Lithuanian front, according to att official statement issued at Lithuanian headquarters at Kovno ll I*. M NIENBERG. .NOTKl) IM E ST A lf. I \ CII AUGE l ot XI, >91 AOS. Tile lat*-* in Suits anti Cape?- at rived yesterday printzes> and Hopland Moser** Dept. Store Let a Want Ad get it for you. The truck team of school is putting forth to Md m shape before Meet here on April Is P. Soh ie! berg, one of the High-great effort th* 1 District aud lit. ll. the athletic Just push back the rugs and start the Victrola Then—“On with the dance!” That’s how easy it is to “put life into the evening” when von have a v ictrola. And good dance music is only one of the endless joys it brings. Ii ax r > (*u a \ u’trola? You *.an haw—un the rosiest ui »rr m*. GWIN & MAYS DRUG LO. 1*01*1 LACH KT AGK DKXIONSTRA TIOXS IX FA Volt OF MOYK-XI ENT TOH FHKKIK»f. ' tl«- A ast netted Dross TORIO, March Is. Korean demonstrations continued Saturday* and Sunday, according to dispatches printed in newspapers here, and it is indicated that the national independence movement is remarkably extensive and well organized in some of the strongest provinces of that country. Reports state that the railway station at Ping Yang has been stoned by a mob of 10,000. Korean national Hag is being commonly displayed. The movement is notable for its extent rather than its violence. TO ASSI KH PHOPLH OF* GAUVIN NOT HIK HHY OI KKTIO.N WILL BB TUHY WILL IJH WKL COM HI) I LNTULDKD IX PEACH IN TO PONTOTOC. THKATY. A. J. WALKER TO MAKE DEEP TEST NUW KIO IP 'N HAK IA IV HLX DY SCHOO I i HOISE IN UNTESTED PA KT OF COI NTX . \ J Walker has th* 1 rig up and will soon b« gm drilling iii section IL’ i-7. about two miles east of the Ion glady jcliool house. He is starting with a 20 inch casing and will drill 3.000 leet if necessary to get a gusher. Mi. Walker is an oil man of great expedience, having operated in the Pennsylvania, th** Ohio and the Healdton lit bis. This is comparatively new territory he is testing and a ! part of the county in w hich many (oil men say they believe th** pool of oil will be found. The Durant-Oil Company is becoming more active and will renew work I on their well between here aud Fran-j cis. The Oil State is ready to drill on its new location. The Daokla Oil j Company is beginning drilling on the Robert Ford place just south of Ada a few feet from tile place they lost the first well. Tile citizens of i\da are requested by O. N. Walker, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, to assemble on Main street Wednesday afternoon j at I o’clork to go to Stratford. The' object is to show the citizens of Strat-I fold and the strip along tin* Pontotoc ! county line that they w ill he welcom-j ed into this county. Petitions are now being circulated request ng Governor Robertson to call a special election in the territory affected, to determine if the citizens ; desire to be in Pontotoc instead of j Garvin county. Those who are head-; ing the movement say that at least • ninety pet* cent of the population is in favor of coming Into this county. it is expected that the election will be held in the next few weeks. This strip, including a total area *>i forty-five square miles, extends from tIi** northern boundary of tile Garvin county line to the boundary line between Garvin and Murray. It is fifteen miles long and three miles * w eep and contains some of the most fertile land in Garvin comity. The 1 beautiful and thriving city of Strat-fard is situated in this territory. The citizins of Pauls Valley, Mr. Walker says, are in Stratford today, promising what will be done ir the people will agree to stay in Garvin county. To offset any damage that i may be done today, the citizens of Ada a iv asked to go over tomorrow afternoon and assure the Straford i folks that they will be welcomed into the best county in the state. , The Ada cars can leave Ada at I o’clock, spend an hour in Stratford and be back bere before 4 o’clock. Scores oi cur* are expected to go, inasmuch as the subject is one that may mean much to Ada and the entire county. AT THE PEAT HOUSES AMERICAN. Harry Carey is presented in a thrilling western drama with many climax*** and interesting scenes. Harry and his cowboys finally capture New York without a struggle. Coming in "Th* By the Assot lated Press* PARIS, March 18. Disposition of German warships is not likely to be included in the peace treaty, ac-, cording to the view of the Anteri-1 can peace delegation. Germany, I however, will be. required to surrender title to the ships. This ul- j Binate owmership will be determined I later. The British, peace delegation, t it was announced today, has con- j sented to refer to the supreme council the question of future owner- 1 ship of German cables to the United States. All parties interested are preparing briefs on the subject. WILSON AND PK EXILE KS MEET TO SETTLE XI I NOH POINTS OF DIFFERENCE. By tin* Associated Pros PARIS. March 18. President Wilson will hold an important conference with Premier* Lloyd-George, Orlando and Clemence*u at the Paris White House today. The meeting of premiers representing the supreme directing force of the peace conference, takes place of the; session of the supreme council which has been postponed until tomorrow to permit of this meeting. The question to be discussed at today’s meeting is th** large one of securing complete accord between the Great Powers on all phases of the peace treaty and its early pre-1 sedation to Germany. It is expected that an agreement oil the inclu- 1 slon of the league of nations in thej peace treaty will be reached today in accordance wit Ii the resolution j already adopted by the peace con-1 ference. Special interest attaches today to reports of divergence of New Blouses; Special at $5.50 Do you need a Blouse or two to freshen your Spring wardrobe? These are not only marked below the usual price of such styles, but possess just the charm and ease that you will want. to slip into today. Silks and wash Fabrics For Easter Apparel You will find a wide selection of the Highest Quality it* materials for this special event. Now is the time to make your selections. DEPARTMENT S TORE PHONE TI S.M. SHAW. PROP. Established in 1009 ADA. OKLA. opinion on including the league plan VV ed nest! ay, NX nu > Hart q, (j le treaty. However. Bonav Law Border XX ireless.' m answer to a question iii the LIBERI X. house of commons declared that I he Koquemore Musical Show will the final signing of the peace treaty '* ?}, * s ''**■ would not be delayed by any possi ble difference of opinion about the league of nations plan. PEK OE stars of Perdue University before entering iii** army, volunteered Ti is assistance t<» Coach Charlie Rayburn. Mr. Ray tm rn turned the track team <>\**r to Mr. Schienberg. and Cie local boys will be trained by this noted university star. Th** material Coach Schienberg has to work with, while young and light, is capable os making athletes who can hold their own. A squad is out for each of the track and field dents, and the bes! man will have to train rn order to get an opportunity of appearing in the big meet. The following boys are training for the various events: IOO Yard Dash dias. Cunning. Floyd Laird, I Kin Evans, Webb Riddle, Hardy Roach, Vernon Walters. 22ti-Yard Dash Harvey Neely* Floyd Laird, Don Evans, Webb Riddle. Vernon Walters. 4 40-Y a rd Dash Harvey Neely, Don Evans, George Bowman. 880 Run Harvey Neely, Don Evans, George Bowman. Travis Kerr, Judson West. Mile Run Cha . Cunning, Julius Weston, Travis Kerr. Low Hurdles Floyd Laird. Julian Allen. Webb Riddle, Hardy Roach. Vernon Walters. Broad Jump Chas. Cunning, Harvey Neely, Julian Allen, Hardy Roach, Vernon Walters. Broad Jump Chas. Cunning. Harvey Neely, Julian Allen, Webb Riddle. Hardy Roach, Vernon Walters. Pole VuuP Cha*. Cunning. Julian Allen. Webb Riddle, Travis Kerr, Roy McKeown, Hardy Roach. Shot Put Roy McKeown. Hardy Roach. Discus Hardy bn. Travis Kefr. Javelin Floyd leu, Travis Kerr, Roach, Julian Al- Al- Laird. Julian Hardy Roach. Undecided Julius Weston. Aubrey Kerr. Mike Derrick. Judson West, Manson Hawkins. John VV. Baker. In th<4 ”B” class not so many have entered for the teams. In the short runs Weston Cain is having things his own way. John Brown Hi out for the 220-yard run. Guy Menders and Lennox Boddle are showing up well, but have not yet decided what events they will try for. INTERNAL KEX EME DEPART-XI ENT ASKS EGK GPI MGN G\ ENI GRADIENT. H) tin* A--<*elate*l Urt**** WASHINGTON. March Is. The question of whether tile internal revenue department has authority I to enforce prohibition against the: sale of beer containing one-half of one percent of alcohol or more, will 1 be put up to the department of justice. Internal Revenue Commissioner Roper today naked for an opinion on the subject. The question was raised by the announcement of New York brewers that the} would resume the nianufacttire * of beer containing not more than j two and three-quarters percent of alcohol, considering this not intoxicating INSPECTION OF MARNE VETERANS Bv Hi#- Brent COBLENZ. March is The Third division of the American army that fought against the Germans on the Marne in the last great German] drive, were inspired, reviewed and presented with decorations by General Pershing this afternoon. Lieu-1 * tenant George Ha\s of Okarche.! jOkla., was among those presented; with congressional medals of honor. I I “40” Has Conquered Blood Poison Scrofulous eruptions pimples on Cm f; < e ate both annoying aud disfig-I ulins.. Sores, ulcers, mucous patches, j copper colored spots, glandular swellings, inflamed eye lids, wasting of the j muscles, constipation, a form of dyspepsia and stomach trouble can all be | the result of blood poison. "Number 4 0 For The Blood,” an old doctor’s prescription, is th** best treatment tor all forms of blood poison known to medical science. Made by J. C, Mendenhall, 40 years a druggist, Evansville, Iud. Sold by Owin A Mays Drug Co. present "Our New Maid Hint TU** Harmony Quartet will lie a feature of the entertainment and uth*r celebrities will appear. The picture program will Jack Richardson iii Th* Law,” NEW PRIME MINISTER STRIKE RIOT AT ELECTED FOR BAVARIA LAWRENCE. MASS, By die Associated Press present Desert By the Associated Presa BASEL, Switzerland, March IS LAWRENCE, Mass., March 18.-- Herr Hoffman, socialist minister of While police were trying to break worship in the Eisner government, up a parade of striking textile workings been elected premier of Bavaria ers today, shots were fired from ten-by the diet, according to a Munich ement houses. Officers were stoned dispatch to the Frankfort Gazette, and persons in the crowd clubbed. STARES SHOW ll** will once. form a new cabinet at Many arrests were made. This was the most violent disturbance since the strike began six weeks ago. GKK XI ANS XII ST REX|GI.I>II FORTS GV ISLA NI) GF HEM BOLAND. Bv the Annodated I r***!* I’ARIS, March 18. Fortifications on the Island of Helgoland. Germany’s formidable base in the North Sea, must b** dismantled. Thi^ decision was reached today by the supreme allied war council. It was decided also that the Kiel canal should be internationalised and made available to ships of all nations on even terms. INENT A team of minature mules from j Rains Bros.’ grocery put on a show this morning which, with the after i pei forma nee, was a comedy of the! highest rank. The mules turned out oi tin lit*) south of th* First National bank and made a dash for the front windows of the block on the west side of South Broadway. They up tied in time to avoid breaking the hearts of th** plate glass Insurance companies . nd hung the wagon on a t< I* phone pole in front of the express I cilice. The single tree and harness j gave way to the moment urn of til*- team and the Irate bronk* hitched themselves to a near-hv sign POR!. With th** exception of some minor breaks no damage was done. The driver, though a lad still in Ins to its is versed in handling mules and I roeeeded to give the long-eared animals the fatherly talk It is said i mules sometimes need. He sent his —------- - iH-ll-r to a hardware lo pre*-J Th „ New Kr , a , lhe i cur., ne* single trees to replace the ,, b . churrh opt . n ,. d thig aft J broken ones, anti on being informed gr nooii and will continue through | ie store did ti t handle such vulgar Jbe eV¥Q | n g hour. Dr. Schaub woe i things as single trees, he exclairn- U n a bl© to be present aud his place ed. ‘What t il they handle in there | ig beinK filled by Kev> T H . Asx- ln ii Iinery! man, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Norman. Dr. C. C. VX’eith, pastor of the Ardmore church, and Mrs. C. B. Van Denb cg of Ard-; more, are the other two speakers of the occasion. All three will be! heard this evening. The New Era movement is the j J largest undertaking ever launched j by the Presbyterian church and] | these meetings are being held * throughout the United States this) week. CONSTANTE CRAWLEY, NOTED ACTRESS, DIES AT LOS ANGELES By the Associated Press LOS ANGELES, March IS. Constance died here yesterday following a vices were held a home of his par-short illness. She was born 39 ens on 22 I Wee 13th street this after j years ago near London. She played noon at 3:30. Further mention will with Sir Henry Irving and Sir Her-I be male in tomorrow’s paper. ALL belt Beerbohm Tree before coining ___ to America a few years ago. i Let a Want Ad get it for you. Howard White Dead. Ii. White, son of A. W. White, died Monday evening at 10:30 o’clock Crawley, the noted actress, wih cancer of he hroa. Funeral ser- f DENNICK UP FOR WELL EAST OF AOA 40c Plate Lunch, Cafe, 11:30 to 2:00. meat. Harris Hotel New Manage-3-3-1 mo "The Call of the Colors,” Normal Auditorium, Friday evening, March 21. 3-18-41. We Can Make h If you have a Photo that you want Copied or Enlarged, bring It to us—We have every facility for doing this class of work— and, we know how— Stall's Studio PHONE 84 Th** derrick for the deep test in section 12-3-7, eight miles east of Ada, has been completed and drilling will soon be in progress. This well will be drilled by A. J. \\ f alker of Healdton, one of the most successful operators in th* field, who is connected with the Iokla and Joyce companies in that field. The latest well undertaken by the Magholia near the Mascho wells east of Francis, is down several hundred feet, and it is intended to go 3,500 feet, if necessary. T. K. TURNER OF DOLBERG DIES AT SHERMAN, TEXAS T. K. Turner of Dolberg, died Monday morning at. Sherman of pright’s disease. The body was taken to Roff for interment. The Masonic fraternity was in charge of the funeral. Deceased was a prominent citizen of his community whore he had lived a number of years. His wife died about a year ago. He is survived by seven children. St. Patrick Social. The St. Patrick’s Social given ut the Christian church Monday evening Healdton^ proved quite a success. A short program consisting. of muscat numbers and readings was rendered by the following: A Story, by Col. Baird of Kentucky; Reading, by Ruth Gibson; "VXTien I Dream of Old Erin, I’m Dreaming of You,” sung by the male quartet, composed of Messrs. Smith, Turner, Guest and Palmer; Irish Lullaby, May Guest; Reading, Nelle Hodge. Mrs. Harmon Ebey operated tho Edison machine. Ice cream and cake were served to those present and every one left feeling that it was good to have been there. Benton’s Blight Remedy for sale at Gwin & Mays Drug Store. 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